The Same Company Christmas Cards Go Unnoticed

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I have purchased company Christmas cards for many years from The Gallery Collection and every year each person who receives them comments on how beautiful they are. I used to believe that having my name imprinted on the card was too impersonal, but then I realized instead of wasting my time writing my signature, I could write a personal message instead which then in turn makes them my personal custom Christmas cards.

Each year I use the previous year’s leftover cards to send to new names on my Christmas cards list, but last year I inadvertently sent the same design to a vendor two years in a row. However, she  still made the same nice comment about the card and totally forgot that I had given her the same card the previous year. Truly, she made such a fuss about how beautiful the card was both years, I think she didn’t want me to know that she knew it was the same card!

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Jodie August 2, 2012 at 8:58 am

Not Always! That’s my answer to your title! I keep all my cards and have a great memory, so if i see that looks familiar, i search last years cards to see who sent it. But, since the cards from The Gallery Collection are such high quality, it really does not matter!

Tammy August 9, 2012 at 10:08 am

That is a great idea to use leftover cards to send to new contacts or friends. I never know what to do with them. I don’t want to resend the same card year after year. Good idea 🙂

Rock S August 22, 2012 at 3:01 pm

Jodie I agree. whats the point oof sending the same christmas card multiple years. Some may notice and some may not. The point is that not a lot of thought is going into the sentiment if its always the same card.

Alise A. September 27, 2012 at 11:38 am

In all honesty, its very difficult to remember exactly which card came from which business a year later. I think with so many options available though, it would be a shame not to make use of all the other designs and artwork out there!

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